Bob Minor biography
This block contains the information about Bob Minor and provides an insight into the life of the celebrity. From here you can also learn when, how and why the profession of an actor was chosen. Some interesting facts are waiting for you here.Big, brawny and imposing actor and stuntman Bob Minor was born on January 1st in 1944 in Birmingham, Alabama. The 6' 2" onetime champion bodybuilder (he's a former Mr. Los Angeles bodybuilding title holder) made his debut as a stuntman doubling for 'James Inglehart' in Russ Meyer's delightfully outrageous Beyond the Valley of the Dolls. Minor subsequently played "Barbados" in Meyer's Black Snake.
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Bob Minor filmography
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In the 1960s Anthony Hopkins served as Laurence Olivier's understudy in a play at London's National Theater and when he actually had to step in for Olivier, Hopkins says that it was terrifying
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